Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG: Multi Barrier Reverse Convertible mit Upside auf Nestlé, Novartis, Roche GS

Rendite optimieren ohne Verzicht auf die positive Basiswertperformance.
05.02.2015 20:15
Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG

 

Wie funktioniert das?

Zusätzlich zum Coupon partizipiert der Kunde bei Verfall zu 100.00% an der positiven Entwicklung des Baskets. Gleichzeitig während der Laufzeit enthält das Produkt eine amerikanische Barriere und bietet somit einen Risikopuffer nach unten.

 

PRODUKTIDEE

 

Wichtige Produkteckdaten auf einen Blick:

  • Coupon: 3.00% p.a. (garantiert)
  • Barriere: 65.00% (kontinuierliche Beobachtung)
  • Partizipation: 100.00% von der positiven Basketrendite (bei Verfall)
  • Laufzeit: 3 Jahre
  • Währung: CHF
  • Basiswerte: Nestlé, Novartis, Roche GS

 

Weitere Produktangaben:

  • Emittent: Bank J. Safra Sarasin AG, Zweigniederlassung Guernsey
  • Rating S&P: A/A-1; Moody's not rated
  • SVSP-Name (Code): Barrier Reverse Convertibles (1230*)

 

Rückzahlungsprofil bei Verfall:

  • Barriere NICHT berührt: 100.00% + positive Basketrendite
  • Barriere berührt und...
  1. Basiswert mit der niedrigsten Rendite > 100%: 100% + positive Basketrendite
  2. Basiswert mit der niedrigsten Rendite < 100%: Basiswertendite + positive Basketrendite

 

 

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